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Copyright in music webinar now available

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An archived copy of the CopyTalk webinar “Copyright in music and sound recordings: introduction and legislative update” is now available. Originally broadcast on September 7, 2017, presenter Eric Harbeson, music special collection librarian at University of Colorado-Boulder, introduced us to singular and confounding aspects of music copyright—compulsory licensing, state protection of sound recordings, how one song recording has numerous copyrights, ... Read More »

Copyright First Responders webinar now available

Four coasters with facts about fair use.

If you missed last week’s CopyTalk “Copyright First Responders” webinar, it’s alright – we have an archived copy! Kyle Courtney of Harvard University’s Office for Scholarly Communication talked about the development of a decentralized model of copyright expertise in an academic setting — the Copyright First Responders (CFR) program. We know that copyright guidance is needed more now than ever ... Read More »

CopyTalk cancelled for March

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to circumstances beyond any normal human’s control, we will not have a CopyTalk webinar for the month of March. We will be back on schedule April 7th 2015, the first Thursday of the month! Upcoming webinars will focus on music, video and best practices for fair use regarding art resources. Stay tuned! Read More »

Free webinar: LibERate the Telecommunications Act of 1996! — Making E-Rate Make Sense

DC Digital Commons. Photo by Phil-Freelon.

WHAT:  Free PLA webinar! Presented in partnership with the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP). WHEN:  Thursday, 3/3/2016 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (Eastern) 1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Central) 12:00 PM-1:00 PM (Mountain) 11:00 AM-12:00 PM (Pacific) We’ve all heard about the massive changes to E-rate over the last couple of years. As we’re in the midst of filing for the 2016–2017 ... Read More »

State Government Information and the copyright conundrum (updated information!)

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Updated webinar registration information! (see below) Figuring out whether state government documents are copyrighted is a tricky question. Copyright law has significant impact on the work libraries, digital repositories, and even state agencies, with regards to digitizing and web archiving state government information. Free State Government Information (FSGI) http://stategov.freegovinfo.info/ has been steadily working to raise awareness and find pathways forward ... Read More »